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Sanquist wins mammography quilt

The quilt, donated annually by the Crazy Quilters of Park Rapids, raises breast cancer awareness.

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Kristen Lund, left, a radiologic technologist with CHI St. Joseph’s Health, presents Shari Sanquist of Park Rapids with this year’s mammography quilt, donated by the Crazy Quilters of Park Rapids for breast cancer awareness and to remind to women that mammograms can detect early signs of breast cancer. (Submitted photo)
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